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Caribbean, US: Deportees and crime

The US Ambassador to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean “says there is no factual basis on which to suggest that criminal deportees from the United States are contributing to the escalating crime situation in the Caribbean”. Francis Wade isn't convinced.

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  • humberto cordova

    I AM GLAD THAT THERE IS SUPPORT GROUP TO HEKP DEPORTEES IN THE CARBIAN, IS THERE ANYTHING LIKE IT FOR SOMEONE LIKE ME HERE IN PERU, AFTER 25 YEARS I WAS SEND BACK (BEING A PERMANENET RESIDENT ALIEN)JUST LIKE THAT AND LEFT TO MY OWN DIVISES, IN A COUNTRY UNKNOWN TO ME, STILL I LOVE AMERICA, BUT IS TOO HARD TO SURVIVE HERE IN LIMA ON MY OWN, PLEASE CAN SOMEBODY HELP.
    HUMBERTO CORDOVA

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